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TOPGOLF ENTERTAINMENT GROUP ANNOUNCES SOUTH AMERICAN EXPANSION THROUGH NEW PARTNERSHIP

Topgolf Entertainment | July 12, 2021

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Topgolf Entertainment Group, the worldwide leader in sports and entertainment, announced another significant milestone in its global growth path by entering into a development agreement with TG Latam (TGLA). Topgolf intends to establish facilities in certain South American countries, starting with Bogotá, Colombia, with this partner. Topgolf welcomes the TGLA developer, headed by three founders and principals: Freddy Alcantara, Carlos Alcantara, and Ignacio Arcaya, as the b...

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APPLE CONFIRMS CLOUD GAMING SERVICES LIKE XCLOUD AND STADIA VIOLATE APP STORE GUIDELINES

theverge | August 06, 2020

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Cloud gaming is shaping up to have a big moment on mobile starting next month with the launch of Microsoft’s xCloud service, but iOS users are getting left out. And now we know exactly why: Apple won’t allow those products, because of strict App Store guidelines that make cloud services like xCloud and its competitor, Google Stadia, effectively impossible to operate on the iPhone. We already knew that there was some issue, likely App Store-related, as to why Stadia wasn’t avail...

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HOW CORONAVIRUS IS AFFECTING ENTERTAINMENT: ALL THE MAJOR DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS

variety | March 05, 2020

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The entertainment industry has been one of those most impacted by the virus. Hollywood executives have begun to take precautions for the sake of public health, while also forming strategies as to how to minimize economic losses at a time when public gatherings may endanger large numbers of people. Organizers of industry conferences, press tours and film festivals are evaluating options for delaying or canceling upcoming events. Abroad, China and Italy, two countries with the highest numbers of c...

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FACEBOOK IS SELLING REFURBISHED RIFT CV1S AS RIFT S REMAINS SOLD OUT IN U.S.

venturebeat | April 05, 2020

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The Oculus Rift S and Quest are still out of stock, so in the U.S. Facebook is temporarily selling a “limited supply” of refurbished original Rifts for $299. That’s $100 less than the Rift S, which is priced at $399. The listing is only available in the U.S. The original Oculus Rift launched in mid-2016 for $600. This didn’t include the Touch controllers, which launched in December of that year for $200. In 2017, Facebook unified into a Rift+Touch package priced at $400, ...

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Topgolf Entertainment | July 12, 2021

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TOPGOLF ENTERTAINMENT GROUP ANNOUNCES SOUTH AMERICAN EXPANSION THROUGH NEW PARTNERSHIP

Topgolf Entertainment Group, the worldwide leader in sports and entertainment, announced another significant milestone in its global growth path by entering into a development agreement with TG Latam (TGLA). Topgolf intends to establish facilities in certain South American countries, starting with Bogotá, Colombia, with this partner. Topgolf welcomes the TGLA developer, headed by three founders and principals: Freddy Alcantara, Carlos Alcantara, and Ignacio Arcaya, as the b...

Read More

theverge | August 06, 2020

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APPLE CONFIRMS CLOUD GAMING SERVICES LIKE XCLOUD AND STADIA VIOLATE APP STORE GUIDELINES

Cloud gaming is shaping up to have a big moment on mobile starting next month with the launch of Microsoft’s xCloud service, but iOS users are getting left out. And now we know exactly why: Apple won’t allow those products, because of strict App Store guidelines that make cloud services like xCloud and its competitor, Google Stadia, effectively impossible to operate on the iPhone. We already knew that there was some issue, likely App Store-related, as to why Stadia wasn’t avail...

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variety | March 05, 2020

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HOW CORONAVIRUS IS AFFECTING ENTERTAINMENT: ALL THE MAJOR DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS

The entertainment industry has been one of those most impacted by the virus. Hollywood executives have begun to take precautions for the sake of public health, while also forming strategies as to how to minimize economic losses at a time when public gatherings may endanger large numbers of people. Organizers of industry conferences, press tours and film festivals are evaluating options for delaying or canceling upcoming events. Abroad, China and Italy, two countries with the highest numbers of c...

Read More

venturebeat | April 05, 2020

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FACEBOOK IS SELLING REFURBISHED RIFT CV1S AS RIFT S REMAINS SOLD OUT IN U.S.

The Oculus Rift S and Quest are still out of stock, so in the U.S. Facebook is temporarily selling a “limited supply” of refurbished original Rifts for $299. That’s $100 less than the Rift S, which is priced at $399. The listing is only available in the U.S. The original Oculus Rift launched in mid-2016 for $600. This didn’t include the Touch controllers, which launched in December of that year for $200. In 2017, Facebook unified into a Rift+Touch package priced at $400, ...

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